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Collectibles, fine art and finely crafted Native handwork from The Hawaiian Islands Hana Coast Gallery:Cyberspace Exhibition 3 From Hana Maui in Hawaii: collectibles, art and finely crafted Native handwork from The Hawaiian Islands, Polynesia and the Pacific From Hana Maui in Hawaii: collectibles, art and finely crafted Native handwork from The Hawaiian Islands, Polynesia and the Pacific
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In The Main Exhibition Gallery

A GARDEN OF COLOR

Original Watercolor Paintings
and
Fine Art Mixed-Media Monoprints by

Margaret Bedell

[Source Of The night]
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"Source of the Night"
A Limited Edition Giclee Print
25-1/2" x 35"
Handsigned by the artist
$310 unframed

Maui-based artist Margaret Bedell creates lushly colored tropical masterpieces that almost defy description in terms of media. Her unique "plant paintings" radiate vibrancy and warmth. Lines are clean and bold, colors are rich and true. And the surprising thing is that each painting is actually created in a combination of mixed media, a sort of a one-of-a-kind "monoprint".

Just-picked plants, florals and fibers are used as the print matrix, making Bedell's print process extraordinary in itself. Flowers and foliage are artistically composed to create wonderful gardens - environments that are a riot of color, yet they seem to sooth with feelings of peace and quiet. Very different. Check it out, here.

ENTRANCE TO THE GARDEN OF COLOR EXHIBITION


IN THE MASTERCRAFTS GALLERY

The Hawaiian Featherwork of
Beth McCormick

[Hawaiian Featherwork Fan]
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Original Handcrafted Featherwork Mask
made of natural, undyed, molted feathers
from Federally approved captive birds.
Accented with antique European beads
and semi-precious stones.
Museum-quality presentation casement
is made of rare Hawaiian Koa wood.
$6,500


Feathers have been associated with wealth in many cultures. In old Hawaii, the feather cape became a symbol of royal power, not unlike the crown of a European monarch.

Big Island artist Beth McCormick's featherwork is a contemporary response to this most ancient and etherial of media.

Aside from her fascination with the symbolic and cultural meaning of feathers, the artist finds herself able to create a diverse palette of brilliant colors unequalled by any other media.

ENTRANCE TO THE FEATHERWORK EXHIBITION


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